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Graeco-Roman antiquity and the idea of nationalism in the 19th century : case studies / edited by Thorsten Fögen and Richard Warren.

Other author/creatorFögen, Thorsten.
Other author/creatorWarren, Richard (Classicist)
Format Electronic and Book
Publication InfoBerlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, [2016]
Descriptionvi, 304 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Supplemental Content Full text available from Ebook Central - Academic Complete
Contents Graeco-Roman antiquity and the idea of nationalism in the nineteeth century : introduction / Thorsten Fögen & Richard Warren -- Classical ideals and the formation of modern nations in Europe / Anthony D. Smith -- Making nations in the image of Greece : classical Greek conceptionsof the body in the construction of national identity in nineteenth-century England, France and Germany / Athena S. Leoussi -- "Je viens comme Thémistocle" : Napoleon and national identity after Waterloo / Tim Rood -- The Emperor's Caesar : Napoleon III, Karl Marx and the History of Julius Caesar / Edmund Richardson -- Faithful unto death : militarism, masculinity and national identity in Victorian Britain / Rosemary Barrow -- Constructing the nation and empire : Victorian and Edwardian images of the building of Roman fortifications / Richard Hingley -- Henry Courteney Selous' Boadicea and the Westminster Cartoon Competition / Richard Warren -- A nation finds its people : Friedrich Kohlrausch, new readers and readings of Tacitus' Germania and the rise of a popular German nationalism / Christopher B. Krebs -- Hermann the German : nineteenth-century monuments and histories / Michael Sommer -- Arminius in Bohemia : two uses of Tacitus in Czech art / Richard Warren -- Classical traditions and strands of Irish nationalism / Laurie O'Higgins.
General noteSome contributions originated from a conference held in Durham in June 2013, others were specifically solicited for the volume.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
Access restrictionAvailable only to authorized users.
Technical detailsMode of access: World Wide Web
Genre/formElectronic books.
LCCN 2016288107
Standard identifier# 9783110471786

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